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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 4 THE LETITRIUDGE-nAILY HERALD ILETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I ESTABLISHED OECEMSEH 1JC7 Published by the Lethbrldge Herald Printing Ltd., every lul evening al its office. Sixth Street, LeUicrWjt, Alberta. Canada. .PHOMEi EAterfii, Repcrtcrlil And N'ewi r CepirL-nent 1224 BUCHANAN Jtlng Director JOHN TOKRANC8 And Jcb 1252 DAILY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES I dellrerfd I4.00 1 or' mall 13.00 raocfc. delivered; 6 months, by mail S months, '.3'moaths. by teatt i mall ZSe. I month, delivered cbicxed "often ceiire'jS, b'ui toth.aew Led tut .THE; DAILY HERALD FOR SALE AT -Red1 Cross Drug Vi'estlaie UooV 'Storer J. 0. Bob- U. World Co.; Xlaxandra JJeo-. pie's Sure; Ke'any" fc Allto: -Holel- Ctgar Stand; Empress Bui- fet LaMb. Dlanvnd Hat D.- Ferg-JSoa.- phy Craaorooi Book Company. Xewn Co. raver-Bid; Avenue. Lake. .t .Co- .hen'Xetrs Agency. Booi and News Store, IMA Jlh Art. N'swa Co. Plncfce'r Eavard -gt. News Co. Coapanyr KnoV Plncher McCrej; News Co. Pcbli-htd eirltf of rajre .id contslM ol the- MM of loearahd dfetrfct l.year In In ndraace 50e Albortu llwn auytlting tliut piisl year or oven two or three yours. settlt'ii.icijl, togolhor willt the "of fariuinj; iiH'tliuds'stiilcil io sbi! and cliinntc, should lie llic liallle cry of the "Sunny South." Wiiilc we caiino'l overlook the inuneiise development hiking in our'mineral 'resource's, the facUis pluin that, for u 'years ugriculturc receive our jiilleiilion, -auil hiutt seltleiiieul of-the j wliioh lias for ils injthi the piaciiifj at liamt picked ixu-n ion the laml luul'givinti then) tlie right start aloug proper fanning methods, is worthy cvi'rymeasurc of support Southern Albcrliuis I can jjivo. I II might be well in this connection to recall what the 0. NV. j Kcrr Co. of Minneapolis ised for iiislilu'ling a library with (lie least possible expense. j as those which a circulating 'rpiistal: library would suggest, Xvhtr'eDy-'n library need nol exacl jtpp inuch of a loll on ihE'Vcsourqcs of "thsTcity. In the imporl- :anec oUiavihg an.institution of Ihe'chnracler.these matters are of .attention. If properly dealt with-it should not be clifli- jcult for the library lias bcerijjcfore the public for time, to'become more tjian a lias been debated wno Knew larm Jatul-wUen.lney saw era of land the eiil. TKcir settlers, as rule, were Most .of .them made -good; numbering thousands, bi-s I and most' prosperous fanners' of- 'tcfday.' iii farming methods occurred in somercasds. jYTliat--wiis'to be cx- jiectcd in a untried lund wTierc in the ex- perimental stage. Hut era is past. on a solid rock basis 7r So the Spftthfrn Alberta thank that funning in (he south WHS a man's size'd'j'pl) nVwhich he "must work 3Co "days oiit of 'effry yeitr, there fallihg.oft jii the percenlagiS'of iiicreuse in land scltlcmcnf.ji During the past o or thrcQ yetirs-lhatslttwing-ilown for a sUtycy'of results-ami n iuvesligation of errors, which was bound ,tp coinei And the result is a re-awakening lo the fact that the country-. has agricultural resources anil possibilities nmlreame'd of. Just at this: tihii" therefore, wlien this Iriith bus been realized, it is eminently pleasing (o note what the C.- P. R. land department is doing. under the new just what't 0. Kcrr of Minneapolis undertook the pioneer davsT !o) of Minneapol: i'lhe i'Of OF: .The oil fever .is' spreading. H will yet hit Ixilhbridge', -Gelt in'o'h the'grounU-'flodr "even if it is slippery. H only costs.fivp dollars .to locate'jicl.aini.'l .L- i- If you haven't-subscribed to the Y.M.G.A.ifund'telephbnfc" to mind and handv chenuc book. East majority in two. There is stilj hope for South Bruce, but there will-lic some thousands pQurc'd inlo that f f Lethbridge flates'iiave.heen shunted into July'anil-come after Calgary.'. shnuUi IK an on lliis .year-and guarantee reasoifableVas.Sunincc against.rain. ..'_'... Once more: the Canadian Northern promise's tp'come; south.: If this promise-is 'not kept, liie Herald for "one, demand" tha'l (lie legislature, iidm'ihislor.some sort of. iiunislimcn't, unti-'udiiiih- islerit whereat AMJONGST EMPLOYEES. DAILY UOUTIKE 6f business life bionolony is much ;'4. relicvcd'by, the.existence.of cordial relations between fellow i workers. The prevalencd of friemiship and good fellowship in ;thc lillic coinmuriily removes -anything oDirksomcncss in the daily toil, and-helps to brighteivhusmess life.. Thereby. Ihcrc is -bound to be a greater interest in each-individual calling, the benefits .of which arc shared both by employers and employed. Where these conditions prevail ihe lot of tlte workers may be rc- gnrdcd as R happy one. ''_ r'. Tlrese facts have been realized by the employees of Ihe Hud- son's Bay store, flnd'they are setting a good example in celling "together to'prbniotc social .thai camaraderie jvhich is a natural sequence. The efforls of-the staff have been aided by llic management in allovvltii; the use 'of (he tea rooms of -the establishment, and the miisi tend to cement the bond of. good feeling all round., Tiiosc of (lie Hudson's Bay Ihc, promotion of those things which if ing them logetlier are! deserving of praise for their efforts. The social! evenings arranged will be R particularly lo those) amongst the staff who have no pormanenl-honics of their own. These re-unions will in lime come looked forward to. Besides being merely social gatherings there will be oppor- tunilics given for those so Ihe entertainment of those present in musical and olfie'f'nccbmplishmenls. There will be an incentive given lo their pursuit, and a particular pride in them will-follow which will'liaWsofftcthing in'the raising of intellectual nml refining tone. Sa those meetings will have liieir worliiy uses in a comimin- ily, as much as dramnlic, operatic an'd chibs.of n similar dcscrin- fion........ SOME LAND SETTLEMENT HISTORY QUNNY SOUTHEKN ALBEKTA is aboul lo on winter once more. liarvtsl in the Kraharics or on j ifs way to (he world's markets, itnd gon-j one paiises lo consider what has been Ihc most impnrlnnt dcvdou-1 Ibis year lo dale, so far us the future of this parl of Western Canada is concerned. The answer is. nol far to seek. It js land colonization campaign of.the-Cnnndinii Pacific Railway with] .if? intimate relation lo the development of the mixed fanning 1 induslry. This more possibilities for progress in Southern II is a splcijmtCsuggestion that a civic census be taken, hut il looks from, the roaiisidf. as if Ihe police should he given some assistance. -The-forcc-is none too large for, the work it is piiid to do. Let us have'a full count. All success the .Board of Trade in the cairtpaign to'get a bridge al Diamond City. A greater Lelhbridgc is only possible by linking up-the-surrounding mining cunips; Mining-is-our greatest industry-anil Lelhbridge should do everything possible to foster The Club are on the right track in asking that city weigh checks be presented by coal dealers and others filing produce in -Ilhas been a case of faith for a long liiucr'and while every dealer-may be'perfectly there is nothing like iloing things tin a business like basis. Other cilies. do il. :Fivc tents should be-the inaxrmiim charge for weighing a.load of-cph'l'. EXCURSIONS TO THE NOW IS jet ui make arranaemente FOR YOUR TIIIJ' November 7 to December 31 Inclusive LIMIT FIVE MONTHS '_ f Through -Tourist, and Standari) Sleeping Car, In'wnnecllon with principal, SailinBt. to'Shlpi ilde. No chanjt en reutt Slooover-and Extension Privilege! Kullj pajtJciilarB and all rlctills arranged lor you MITCHELL Ft. DiPOT, LETHBR1DQE; PHONE 512 ALLareXMiiHip LINES .prtlrTcl Pa'aienger Agent, Calgary, Tluu-Mlay, October 23, 1013 THE BUSINESS. MAN AND THE" FARMER (Toronto Globe.) SVueu Dr. J G Uulhorfoni, la Ma Address to the members o[ tbo. Uoard .oI.Trade, took (or his thoao the com- munity of interest between tho busi- ness .man and the farmer, he touched oa a problem the happy solution of which Is a matter of considerate um- lual Importance, says tho Lelubrldxe ileraM That a prosperous district means a (irosiiirous centre Is an axiom, 'um li-is not sufficient that It should be merely so regarded. Ways and means should be thoughtfully considered, snd steps taken to carry them oat, that the truth of tho axiom may be. realized with benefits to all parties concerned. It is a fact that Is known as coramercMlsm Is a Jscully not evJnc- ed by farmers In general. And In Eaylnfc -this there Is nothing In the way of.libelling their intelligence. It li or less the result of conditions nndea: jrhlch' farming as an occupation allowed to remain. The business man from Ills special calling has, of ought to have, the commer- cial; instinct developed. Here be has the ..-opportunity of bringing In his particular knowledge to help the farmer "in following out business me- thods.: This, ca' applied, as Mr. Ruther- ford pointed out, to the regulating of demand, locating the-mar- produce, nnd designating mar- ket-requirements. These objects can co-operation, hut ttKfurther. co-operation" interest "Is es-" senlially necessary. It is not a case man for himself, but a coui- "ndinB of interests'' so that benefits ra'ay aC-crue to all alike." Tho .outcome-ot-such -proceeding would, eiul in doing away .with what Inconsistent necessity In an'igri- puUijraj" dlslrlct, nainely. tie impor- tation 'of mutton, butler, cgss and poultry, it Is not a case In-southern Alberta TV lie re natural resources are not "available for meeting tho de- a congested "population. Dy the" introduction of business prtclples we ought to. speedily assume the posi- Uon-of being exporters in articles of agricutural" 'domestic, supply; Cold storage, packing plants, a local mar- ked, .aM enter .-into the scheme'of co- operation. Speakers like Dr. Rutherford ppr- 'important duly' In 'the VUf- of interest.'.. Rut while they prbdike the necessary electricity. U remal'na.for.their'fcearers'to see that It-ls IS THIS T1IK FOUND CONTINENT The sketch the suppoaed [and iu the Aictic wlitch Is tile (juost Sttfans'son's.Canadian espeditlon. uut whlcli It Is now reported baa al been discovered by a Russlau expedition headed by Commander Wllkluk BjaoiOTs liydrographer. who'died last year. C U N A R E tic Stcara shipping. Rccen'.lj-.two new 5tcitncCA Cunard Canadian SeMce, Iht [U] .av.d third These rrapfty, S-jb-rainnt SisnalHnr.'elc., iu lad, every icodera MACNlnCENT APTOINTMEKTS. AtUatic fcavc te the carrylnE onc.tUw cabin acnaies, Spacious SAIUNC DECEMBER Sft. PirtUd lo yof of s jp and scrricci Moalieal, PorlUaa, bostoo and U, 05. 3 CO., LTD. Stri.t, WIKN1PEG. Greater than PanaiTia's Bridge of Water The Panama Canal Is the logical outcome of the trend of il .nopancntal evideoce ol for -letieaiiil for reduciof for In point of th'e Panama will bring the Pacific tttret to Ihe AtlMtjo milei. I. roi.l ol Ilit voyij. MwtM HilHx Vweomrer will be ky 24 To point of coit, At will Tiry UIMII' tbe CIPMM of cirrrinf bcltrrca Ilicie pllcct, Bat li.l fwtir even ifo i> ihonenra< Ittuiiog ceil nd lime brtwm tad ixt. It is It is thequiekest It is the mott -v And it is the means of between the ind user of goods. For instance, Advertising enabled a manufacturer in Scotia to 'carry demand iorlhis product horn his factory to the in few intitf'Aatat ooit 5 with itower md more selling methojj, -Tf ln thouMq.di .learned of hit product where it have taken ywirs for to'get around without advertising. ftc Mitiirftrtirtfi You will be (itrf to of (he Pantrna route for the tftnsportt- tion of your (foods. you considered bow 'quickly, how small cost; the Advertising ctrp' lor those tl yea ire dainj prohlemi wilb of thU over i il would be wtll for yon u md thtte will te witkml coil or obfiaJtrliM, br ike Sxniiry ol CimditA Prtti Aiwdillcx, Room Sdi, Lfmi4tf Txnto, ;